The Only Friend

Hanging out with your friend, doing creepy stuff together, being together at the times of mischief and something very important, etc., feels great, and by just reading this, you might have thought about that one friend with whom you spend most of your time. But when you see your friend talking with someone else, it doesn’t feel great, right? You feel like you will lose your friend or the person they talk to will replace you, and then the feeling of jealousy occurs, and you become possessive about your friend. You want to spend as much time as possible with them, doing activities, going out, etc., and when they’re not there, you feel lonely and your chest is empty, but still, it feels like a burden. Does this possessiveness help you maintain a good friendship? No. In most cases, people feel like by doing these activities they’ll get closer, but it doesn’t happen like that. It increases the distance between your friendship and then slowly and gradually it ends. But sometimes people do overcome these feelings by talking to their friends about their feelings, and that makes their bond stronger than before. The other way is to take a step back and give them some space, let them come to you. Friends are an important part of your life, and losing them is the saddest feeling. Make a new bond, this isn’t the end. Explore more about yourself and start enjoying your own company, it might help your relationship with your friends

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